What to do if you get a monkey bite in Bali. Also applicable for dog bites in Bali. If you have just been bitten or attacked and are frantically searching for what to do you have come to the right place! Below I will share exactly what the doctor said and how much the treatment will cost….And then below all that I will share what happened to me.. as well as a short clip of the cheeky monkeys (nope the attack wasn’t caught on camera)!
Below are a few hot saving tips that helped us save money to travel! I want to spend my youthful years exploring this glorious world so I made it happen and you can too! Of course one day we will have to have work again but there’s plenty of time for all that. I know a lot of these are common sense but I also know A LOT of people who could benefit from re-reading these tips! First off, I guess the biggest and most important piece of advice I can share is don’t live beyond your means…
*This post is only good for NZ citizens/those who can acquire a kiwi passport! Sorry Aussies!*
If you are planning a Europe trip/any trip I hope you are aware/have researched the visa requirements for where you are going! It’s the departing countries responsibility to ensure you have the right visa for where you are going, so if you haven’t done your homework you may not be able to depart the country… Also your passport needs to have more than 6months left on it, including the time spent overseas (eg. If you have 9months left you can only be away for a maximum of 3 months). Basically it expires 6months before the expiry date as no one will let you go anywhere with less than that, so be sure to double-check that. (Pics from google images!) Continue Reading